So once again the R's are ignoring the data as a whole and opting to take a smaller sample, that's only ever had what I could call half assed measures and failed because they lack teeth and are repeatedly repealed because they don't work right away, to supports their specific agenda.
The government doesn't regulate the government here. Fish surveys are done to collect data, which is used to set quotas and regulate industry. Industry only cares about profit not sustainability, without the regulation they will over fish, as demonstrated by the fishery on the Grand Banks around Newfoundland and the Gulf of Maine East of the New England states.
Most of the people in the Maritimes region that were "relocated" were then "work force adjusted" several months later, meaning the relocation was a temporary step to firing them. Then to claim "fishing enforcement" is the same as data collection used to support science!! Data collected in fishing surveys is used to determine how necessary services such as "fisheries enforcement" are, not the other way around.
You sir are off your rocker.
Closing a Downtown Vancouver coast guard station? Really?
Where do you think the data to do the science comes from? Fisheries and Oceans has closes dozens of data collection sites just in the Maritimes region alone. It's awfully hard to argue that industry is over fishing or that salmon farms are contaminating wild fish stocks when there's not data to back it up and scientist are under muzzle orders.
These people either do not think of these issue because they are to young and spoiled, or are just trolling
I'd also like to point out this could be MS shrills trying to make a major issue seem less relevant by making it look like "the cool kids" don't care about it.
Remember back when Windows 8 was in Developer and Consumer preview. Every article on every tech blog was flooded with "I've used Windows 8 since XXXX and it's totally awesome!!!111!", Which we all knew then and know now was a load of crap. I have no doubts that SOME people like Windows 8, but with the number of comments parroting the exact same response appears more than four times by different people in the same form or comment section you know something isn't right. Now we see people on
Public perception is a huge part of the battle companies like MS are fighting to sell their products. Social manipulation is one of the weapons they use to make people with relevant concerns feel like outliers that don't have a leg to stand on so they might as well conform. They do everything they can to shut down critics. I wish I could find the manual I read a while back that described some of the techniques like posting garbage content in comment sections to push relevant critical material as far down the page as possible so it's unseen. If I find it I'll come back and link to it.
(just like with the PS4 and pretty much any other major console).
FTFY, I'm pretty sure you didn't intend to lump the indi consoles like Ouya and game stick in with the big guys. I hate to make a "This is the year of" prediction, but I think some of the casual consoles will pick up a bit of steam with the crap Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo are putting out.
Of course PC still reigns supreme in any case, especially with gaming becoming more common on Linux boxes.
lol. Why are poor people always so delusional?
I think it's a contributing factor to why they're poor in the first place.
Number two, most gun owners don't belong to those "well regulated" militias.
Number three, it doesn't change the fact that the right to bare arms only apply to people belonging to a well regulated militia so the point still stands.